The wapanese answer to fursuits.
Somewhere along the line, weaboos decided that they weren't keeping up with furries in terms of perversion. To solve this problem, they came up with animegao. As the name suggests, animegao has much to do with anime. Animegao participators dress in full-body costumes of anime characters and frolic into cosplay conventions. While most of the costumes are female, the vast majority of animegao enthusiasts are male. Suspiciously, and perhaps incidentally, the full-body animegao suit is called a zentai. Like fursuits, zentais are profoundly expensive; a custom mask costs at least $600, while the body suit costs at minimum of $50. Of course, for some anime fans, it is a small price to pay to become a nubile, blue-haired Japanese schoolgirl.
Animegao originated in Japan. Where else?
Quickly growing in popularity and spreading to other parts of the world, including America.
- Putting on a zentai is the closest that animegao enthusiasts will ever get to being inside of a woman.
- Underneath every female zentai costume is a sweaty man. No exceptions. You will never find a woman who loves you by peeling back layers of woman. That's what got Ed Gein in so much trouble.
- Zentai costume outlets can be found in the exact opposite direction of a real woman
- Your father drinks himself to sleep each night because he found one of these hanging up in your wardrobe.